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We run at 8 AM - rain or shine - bib and shirt collection is on Friday the 2nd at the DEPOT from 5-6 PM and then from 7.00 AM onwards on Saturday.
We will to run over 200 - slots are filling quickly, as I guess people want to get out in the fresh air.
The Start and finish are at the RAILROAD DEPOT, 390 railroad Ave Brevard NC 28712
Parking is available next to the DEPOT or across the street on Commerce Ave. Please do not park near the Warehouses as these are in active use and you may be towed
Photographs are free and will be on the web for you. A videographer will be there as well
There are toilets in the DEPOT building and we have two extra portable toilets being delivered, as well.
We will have a table with complimentary masks and hand sanitizer.
We will have over 40 volunteers out on the course to show you the way around the west of the City. Please thank them.
You cross a couple of significant roads and we have Fire personnel there to help you cross safely. Thank the fire department as well !
Have a great time -
Email me on email@example.com with questions. Or call me on my cell at 508-395-0224.
Thanks again for supporting the Rotary Club of Brevard in 2020. With your help we We gave out well over $25K early in the year and late last year to a myriad of organizations; Built a Soccer field for El Centro; managed the Covid 19 emergency supply procurement; got RotaryTRAIN underway and have the Book Bus ‘painted’ for Rosman High school. The Elves program for the 350 Care Home residents has been amazing and we have surpassed last year with the Salvation Army, Polio and Alzheimer’s funds and helped Sharing House with crisis monies and coats and blankets. And then there was the MOAI with Blue Zones. In a lousy year for us all and our races, we can still put a check mark against our efforts for the community in 2020, which is where it really matters.
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